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Escape into the Wilderness with this Airbnb Cabin

Airbnb Minipod interiors.

Minipod Cabin in Catuçaba, Brazil. Photo courtesy of Airbnb.

Imagine a modern, solar-powered cabin on a remote hill surrounded by mountains and hiking trails that lead to a private lake. Actually, forget imagining, because it’s real. 

Allow me to introduce the Minipod, an innovative eco-cabin built by a renowned team from MAPA Architects. It is tucked in the hills of Catuçaba, Brazil, an area that was one part of a coffee plantation in the 1840s. For $267 per night, the 45 square-meter listing houses up to four people and includes cool amenities such as a fireplace and an outdoor deck with sweeping views of the valley.

Guests can take up kayaking and snorkeling experiences nearby, go for a swim in the private lake, or climb one of the hills to catch gorgeous sunsets. If outdoor activity isn’t exactly on the agenda, you can simply relax in the hammock on the patio with a nice book or cook up a meal using the cabin’s fully equipped kitchen.

Minipod kitchen interiors. Photo courtesy of Airbnb.

Airbnb patrons are raving about the Minipod, claiming it “has everything one needs to relax and disconnect for a while” while “located in one of the most beautiful parts of the Brazilian countryside.” All 47 reviews so far have given the listing five-star reviews for accuracy, communication, cleanliness, location, check-in, and value.

I mean… see for yourself in the featured post below:


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Who doesn’t want this? For anyone seeking to escape urban life and immerse themselves in the simplicity of nature, this Minipod is definitely meant to be your calling.

What do you think about this Minipod cabin? Will this be your next vacation spot?

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Vivian Wang

Vivian is a travel enthusiast and food connoisseur living in New York City. Her curiosity and passion for languages and culture has taken her across eight countries over the past year. When not working, you can find her meandering in art museums or sampling food at the street markets.

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